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Software Library: Macintosh
by Computer Applications, Inc
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II in a Mac was the first Apple II emulator. The emulator ran on a 512K Mac and was released in November 1985. Initially it could run Apple II+ programs, but later evolved to include IIc and IIe software. This was long before the appearance of the 1991 Apple IIe Card for the Mac LC. The emulator was created by Computer Applications, Inc., based in Raleigh, North Carolina. The company still seems to exist. User Manual - 45pp (17mb; high resolution PDF) " Emulator Lets Apple II Programs Run...
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Topics: Apple II, Mac, Macintosh, Emulator
Software Library: Macintosh
by Berkeley Systems
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After launching the emulator (ensuring that sound is unmuted), allow the Mac OS to boot and then... do nothing . After one minute of inactivity, After Dark will kick in. This emulated Internet Archive item contains version 2.0 of After Dark, the software that kicked off the screensaver craze of the 1990s. Additionally, the expansions "More After Dark" and "After Dark - Art of Darkness" have been added to the install. Navigate to the After Dark control panel via the Apple...
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Topics: After Dark, Mac, Apple Mac, Macintosh, Screensaver, Flying Toasters
Software Library: Macintosh
by Casady & Greene
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Casady & Greene Released 1987 Also For Amiga, Apple IIgs, Game Boy, iPhone, J2ME, Palm OS, Windows, Windows Mobile, Xbox 360 Published by Casady & Greene, Inc. Perspective Top-down Genre Action Setting Sci-Fi / Futuristic Visual Fixed / Flip-screen Description A mouse-driven game in which the player controls a small, circular spaceship which must travel around the screen collecting crystals. This task is made more difficult by the aliens which constantly swarm out from the portals on...
Software Library: Macintosh
by Silicon Beach Software, Inc.
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Dark Castle is a 1986 computer game for the Macintosh published by Silicon Beach Software, later ported to various platforms, where it was published by Three-Sixty Pacific. It was designed and illustrated by Mark Pierce and programmed by Jonathan Gay. Dark Castle is a platform game where a young hero named Duncan tries to make his way to the evil Black Knight, dodging objects as well as solving occasional puzzles. The game is notable for its use of sampled sounds to great effect. A sequel...
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Software Library: Macintosh
by Silicon Beach Software
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Explore forest, jungle, sea and desert in search of the... Enchanted Scepters! The first World Builder game, and the first point-and-click graphic adventure (with some text input required).
Topics: Enchanted Scepters, Macintosh, Apple Mac
Software Library: Macintosh
by Soft Dorothy Software
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"Glider has a very simple concept, as many early Mac games did, but it was brilliantly executed and is still enjoyable to play today. I realised yesterday that I love the feel of old games like Glider because you can tell that they made the graphics on a computer not that dissimilar to the one you're playing it on! You can see all the familiar MacPaint patterns in the graphics - check out the 'brick' pattern wearing through the wall (with a bit of the spray-paint tool for good measure) in...
Topics: Glider, Mac, Apple Mac, Macintosh
Software Library: Macintosh
by Soft Dorothy Software
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John Calhoun's classic Joust clone. Glypha The original. Runs in a 512x342 window in the center of the screen, in black-and-white. Amazingly, it still works in Mac OS X — it is truly a testament to the backwards compatibility of the Mac. It is also the most configurable of the Glypha family. The first couple of levels do not have the lava pits; they are opened when you enter level 3.
Topics: Glypha, Mac, Apple Mac, Macintosh
Software Library: Macintosh
by Infocom
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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is an interactive fiction video game based on the comedic science fiction series of the same name. It was designed by series creator Douglas Adams and Infocom's Steve Meretzky, and was first released in 1984 for the Apple II, Macintosh, Commodore 64, CP/M, MS-DOS, Amiga, Atari 8-bit family and Atari ST. It is Infocom's fourteenth game. The game loosely mirrors a portion of the series' plot, representing most of the events in the first book. Arthur Dent wakes...
Topics: Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy, Douglas Adams, Macintosh, Apple Macintosh
Software Library: Macintosh
by Various
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This Internet Archive emulated Macintosh item contains two disk images; one 25MB boot volume with Macintosh System 7.5.3 installed, plus HyperCard 2.4 and Simpletext, and one 45MB Macintosh disk image containing a folder full of HyperCard stacks. Note: If icons within any given folder are piled on top of each other so as you can't see what they are or what the contents of the folder are, go to the "View" menu in the toolbar and select "By Name" to list the contents of folder...
Topics: Apple, Mac, Apple Mac, Macintosh, HyperCard
Software Library: Macintosh
by Various
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This Internet Archive emulated Macintosh item contains two disk images; one 25MB boot volume with Macintosh System 7.5.3 installed, plus HyperCard 2.4 and Simpletext, and one 35MB Macintosh disk image containing a folder full of HyperCard stacks. Note: If icons within any given folder are piled on top of each other so as you can't see what they are or what the contents of the folder are, go to the "View" menu in the toolbar and select "By Name" to list the contents of folder...
Topics: Apple, Mac, Apple Mac, Macintosh, HyperCard
Software Library: Macintosh
by Apple Computer
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This pair of compilation hard drives contains a full copy of MacOS 7.0.1, along with a range of games, applications, utilities and toys to demonstrate the experience of using an early Macintosh computer. System Programs: HyperCard, Macintosh Basics, Control Panels. Applications: BBEdit Lite, MacDraw, MacPaint, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Works, Orion, Pagemaker, ZTerm. Games: Risk, Cannon Fodder, Shufflepuck. Utilities: HD Setup, Disinfectant, Disk Copy, ResEdit, TeachText,...
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Software Library: Macintosh
by Premier Technology Inc
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From game author Randy Carr's website (http://www.fatlion.com/nettrek/): NetTrek - Where'd it come from and where'd it go? Way back in 1982, before Warp-Drive, there was this secret new computer being developed at Apple Computer known as the ' Lisa '. The Lisa computer had a real bitmapped screen that was fairly large (i.e. lots of pixels!) and a real pointing device that resembled what Xerox had done in the late '70's, known as the 'mouse'. I was working at Apple Computer in those days, so I...
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Topics: NetTrek, Mac, Macintosh, Apple Mac
Software Library: Macintosh
by Soft Dorothy Software
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Pararena is an action computer game for the Apple Macintosh, originally released as shareware in 1990 by john calhoun . It is a mouse-controlled ball game where two players compete on hoverboards in a parabolic arena with two "goals" on the sides. The object is to score points by getting the ball into the other player's goal. Players tossed out of the arena will simply respawn after a few seconds, but fouls are issued for letting the ball go out of bounds. There are multiple game...
Topics: Pararena, Mac, Apple Mac, Macintosh, shareware
Software Library: Macintosh
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Early Macintosh game.
Topics: Rescue, Mac, Apple Mac, Macintosh
Software Library: Macintosh
by Epyx, Inc.
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Rogue (also known as Rogue: Exploring the Dungeons of Doom) is a dungeon crawling video game by Michael Toy and Glenn Wichman and later contributions by Ken Arnold. Rogue was originally developed around 1980 for Unix-based mainframe systems as a freely-distributed executable (Public domain software). It was later included in the official Berkeley Software Distribution 4.2 operating system (4.2BSD). Commercial ports of the game for a range of personal computers were made by Toy, Wichman, and Jon...
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Software Library: Macintosh
by SemiColon Software
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Scarab of Ra is a graphic adventure game, long considered one of the classics of Macintosh shareware. Become an archaeology student, following the great explorer Mississippi Smith on his most challenging expedition! Scarab of RA combines a simple point-and-click user interface with a complex, long-lasting, and challenging game. It features three-dimensional, point-of-view graphics and full on-line help. It has been favorably reviewed in both Macworld and MacUser magazines, and is often selected...
Topics: Macintosh, Apple Macintosh, Shareware, Scarab Of Ra
Software Library: Macintosh
by Glenn Seeman
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Excerpt from "A Short Guide To Shadow Keep v1.1" by Bob Nordling: "Only the elder knights of Shadow Keep remember the Great Battle with the Evil Overlord, a battle in which The Black Sword, his powerful magical weapon, was lost by him in the heat of battle and his forces routed. Not Even in the dark corners of taverns do they whisper his name, especially not in the darkness... But through childhood tales, all in the kingdom have heard of that evil knight/magician, and his uncanny...
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Topics: Shadow Keep, Mac, Macintosh, Apple Mac
Software Library: Macintosh
by Woodrose Editions
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The Dungeon Revealed is a popular dungeon crawl computer game created by John Raymonds and published by Woodrose Editions in 1987. A demo and shareware version of the game entitled The Dungeon of Doom were released in 1986 and 1987 respectively to promote the commercial release of "The Dungeon Revealed" which came in 1987. Both were released for Mac OS, and were compatible with versions as late as System 7. "The Dungeon Revealed" can still be played with Mac OS 10.4.10 in...
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Topics: The Dungeon Revealed, Macintosh, Apple macintosh, Shareware